It's been three weeks of radio silence. Three weeks of being a father. Three weeks of floating and wobbling around in this dreamy reality. Aarnav, you have no idea of the profound change you have brought to me and my life. I know they say priorities shift, I don't think that's the case; my life has just become much bigger than just my self and wife. And so the priorities now include you in it and in many way it makes everything else become either that much better, or not worth it anymore. You are a sifter in my life full of bits and pieces. Holding you in my arms, I get to think, is what I am about to do today going to make your life, and our life and the future more beautiful for doing what I do today? Or am I just bogging on about some meaningless task? The answers become clear with one look at your face.
We do everything in life because or for, the relationships we have. We get married for them, we go to war for them, we cry for them and we hold on and we let go; all for relationships. Relationships make the world go around. Having a three week old infant who has no control over his limbs or his facial muscles make you understand that fact so clear and so fast. It literally has put new meaning in to what I do. So my little guy, one day when you are old enough daddy will help you ask questions at the world, I hope you are as curious as you look in this image. I wish you abundant love from all those you come across and I wish you give them an ocean of love back. I don't need you to change the world, but I hope you share your love with it.